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President John F. Kennedy Was Shot in Dallas, Texas
November 22, 1963

Television played a large role in the collective mourning of American society. For the first time, a majority of citizens together witnessed ceremonies surrounding the death of a beloved leader. Americans all over the country shared the tragic experience. Even now, television keeps the memory of the assassination alive by re-broadcasting vivid images of those difficult days to new generations.
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